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Cable Europe: Draft infrastructure proposals ‘unjustified’

Cable Europe: Draft infrastructure proposals ‘unjustified’

Trade body Cable Europe has voiced concerns over the future of investment in telecommunications network infrastructure, as it responds to the Belgian consultation on levels of competition in the broadband…

US continues to add linear OTT pay-TV subs

The pay-TV market in US fell to 0.1 per cent to reach 100.2 million subscribers in the second quarter of 2017 compared to the previous quarter. However, linear OTT pay-TV…

Global pay-TV subs reached 1.05bn in Q2

Global pay-TV subs reached 1.05bn in Q2

According to the latest data published by Dataxis for the second quarter of 2017, the global pay-TV subscribers reached 1.05 billion after crossing the one billion marks for the year ending 2016. Based…

Survey: Major broadband providers failing on service

The latest broadband survey from UK consumer body Which? finds again that some of the biggest providers are rated most poorly by its customers. ​The results, based on a survey…

Report: APAC pay-TV recalibrates

A broad recalibration in Asia Pacific pay-TV, triggered by the growth of broadband, has begun, according to Asia Pacific Pay-TV Distribution, a new report covering 17 markets in the region…

Huawei Envision video solution for MSOs

Huawei Envision video solution for MSOs

ICT solutions provider Huawei has launched the Envision video solution for cable MSOs (Multiple System Operators) designed to enhance hybrid video service capabilities and implement all-IP transformation of video services.…

Dataxis: LatAm fixed telephony revenues to fall in 2022

By the end of 2016, there were only 101.7 million lines of fixed telephony in Latin America, representing almost five million (5 per cent) less than those recorded in 2012.…

61% US young adults mostly watch OTT

The rise of online streaming services such as Netflix and HBO Go has dramatically altered the media habits of Americans, especially young adults. Over six-in-ten of those ages 18 to…

J:COM chooses Ericsson for next-gen TV

J:COM chooses Ericsson for next-gen TV

Ericsson has been chosen by Jupiter Telecommunications (J:COM), Japan’s largest cable system operator, to power its next generation TV service. J:COM has selected Ericsson’s award-winning MediaFirst TV Platform, to enable…

Newsy expanding into cable distribution

Capitalising on its momentum in OTT TV, Newsy, the national news network focused on millennial audiences, has launched a major expansion into the US cable and satellite marketplace, kicked off…